All the Raps

D4L-4L Session

120 minsFirst aired 1 Mar 2019
Courtesy of Andrew "Noz" Nosnitsky

Noz’s deep dive into the Atlanta rap collective’s catalog.

Hip hop owes D4L an apology. At the peak of their success, more conservative rap listeners wrote the Atlanta collective off as one-hit wonders — or even as harbingers of the genre’s death. But the past 15 years have proved that their influence runs deeper than “Laffy Taffy.” This week on All the Raps, a look at their extended discography, with a focus on rare solo tracks, mixtape cuts and underground collaborations.


Produced by Emilie Friedlander
Engineered by Joe Haze

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